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Hey /e/Im a brainlet prole that recently got a scholarships to university, and Im wondering if there are any resources that you could recommend to improve general academic skills with an emphasis on essay writing. I've done a general scan for books and courses on libgen and TPB. But I wanted to get some advise with a left perspective. When I say brainlet I mean dyslexic and when I say prole I mean any unskilled job I can land (bar work, kitchen work, construction, etc.) My degree is in healthcare and administration.


Its a fence sitting degree that allows me to specialise during or take a masters/honors in nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, or go into medicine.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2v3uiCBUZfERemember to make quotations and use language correctly, and following a framework like this will make it easy for the examinator to give you a good grade.


Thanks. Nice and easy-to-remember essay structure.


I recommend reading Writing without Teachers by Peter Elbow. I would upload it here but for some reason this is the only board where you can't post PDFs.


There is actually a book by the horror author Steven King, On Writing. I've seen lots of praise for it even by people who are not King fans and I also read that the advice in it is not specific to just writing fiction.


>>438>>473I'll give these both a sus.


>>474Sorry but not everyone agrees with your first pick, English As She Is Spoke.



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Part of good writing is simply writing a lot. The more you write, the more mistakes you will catch, and the more you will learn to recognize those mistakes before they happen. Writing a lot is all about developing good approaches and habits towards writing. I work in a science and I have atrociously unproductive habits towards writing and I found this short, easy-to-read book helpful.


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i'm about to take a job in transcription and would also like to know how to write things better


I can't concentrate on writing. I'm not interested in writing novel but I'd like to write a few essays and yet I can't concentrate for shit. Any tips?


a good university should offer free writing workshops, either as an official program for the whole faculty, or as smaller, student-driven initiatives by individual departments. also, make friends with people in humanities degrees that involve a lot of technical writing - tutoring is essential to seriously improving your skills.


Also .pdf
maybe start transcription thread on >>>/edu/


Are these available?



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done, hope it helps comrade


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I like this one.


The academic writing style for undergraduates can be summed up with a few key points/

1: Never make any claim that you don't have a source for. Have references for everything.
2: Write from the third person impersonal perspective.



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